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Delavan-Darien girls add on to victory list

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Gazette Staff
December 28, 2007

Delavan-Darien High School’s girls basketball team has added another notch to its unbeaten streak.


Typical of their surge to a 9-0 record, the Comets took command in the first quarter Thursday and soared to a 65-42 nonconference victory over visiting Walworth Big Foot (7-2).


Sophomore guard Courtney Flood scored six of her 10 points for Delavan-Darien in a 23-11 first quarter. Freshman forward Alana Cesarz added five during that stretch, and Kelly Supernaw had six of her eight points for the Comets in a 18-11 second quarter that made it 41-22 at halftime.


Cesarz finished with 12 points, and junior forward Karli Collins added 10 to the Comets’ total. Haley Schwartz and Jordyn Courier led Big Foot with 14 and 11, respectively.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 65, BIG FOOT 42


Big Foot (42)—Schwartz, 6-0-14; Pietkauskis, 2-1-6; Courier, 5-1-11; Keeler, 1-0-2; Kolnik, 2-3-7; Nagel, 0-2-. Totals: 16-7-42.


Delavan-Darien (65)—Supernaw, 4-0-8; Zugay, 2-0-4; Dahlberg, 1-0-2; Nieuwenhuis, 2-2-6; Collins, 5-0-10; Flood, 1-6-8; Cesarz, 3-6-12; Epping, 4-0-8; Dahl, 1-0-2; Polster, 2-0-4; Brown, 0-1-1. Totals: 25-15-65.


Walworth Big Foot 11 11 5 15—42


Delavan-Darien 23 18 15 9—65


Three-poinrt goals—Big Foot 3 (Schwartz 2, Pietkauskis). Free throws missed—Big Foot 5, Delavan-Darien 4. Total fouls—Big Foot 12, Delavan-Darien 15.


Junior varsity—Big Foot 55, Delavan-Darien 14.


Evansville tournament


? Evansville 46, Hiawatha 34—Hailey McIntyre scored seven of her 17 points in a decisive third quarter to lead Evansville past its Kirkland, Ill., opponent in the first round of the Blue Devils’ holiday tournament.


The Blue Devils rolled up 17-6 advantage in third period to extend a 18-17 halftime lead.


Alicia Kopp led Evansville with 20 points.


The Blue Devils play Whitewater in tonight’s title game.


EVANSVILLE 46, HIAWATHA 34


Hiawatha (34)—Taylor, 3-3-12; Swindell, 8-1-17; Brown, 2-0-4; Cassidy, 0-1-1. Totals: 13-5-34.


Evansville (46)—Porter, 1-0-2; McIntyre, 7-3-17; Reese, 1-1-3; Kopp, 7-5-20; Klitzman, 1-0-2; Arnold, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-9-46.


Hiawatha 7 10 6 11—34


Evansville 4 14 17 11—46


Three-point goals—Hiawatha 3 (Taylor 3), Evansville 1 (Kopp). Free throws missed—Hiawatha 11, Evansville 4. Total fouls—Hiawatha 16, Evansville 15.


? Whitewater 47, Gillett 36—Megan Theune scored 14 points to lead the Whippets past Gillett in the opener of the Evansville tournament.


Whitewater used its press to take a 39-22 lead into the fourth quarter.


WHITEWATER 47, GILLETT 36


Gillett (36)—Wocking, 3-0-6; Peterson, 1-2-4; Henkel, 1-0-2; McQuillan, 1-0-2; Lueckfield, 2-2-6; Wagner, 1-2-5; Riley, 5-1-11.Total: 14-7-36.


Whitewater (47)—Shelbourn, 0-1-1; Trewyn, 1-2-4; Levine, 2-0-4; Theune, 5-4-14; Heil, 2-1-5; K. Harms, 3-0-6; Babcock, 1-2-4; L. Harms, 3-3-9. Totals: 17-13-47.


Gillett 10 4 8 14—36


Whitewater 20 2 17 8—47


Three-point goals—Gillett 1 (Wagner). Free throws missed—Gillett 5, Whitewater 8. Total fouls—Gillett 14, Whitewater 16.


Fort Atkinson


Tournament


? Fort Atkinson 45, Barneveld 38—Morgan Wendlandt’s buzzer-beating three-point shot at the end of the third quarter propelled the Blackhawks past Barneveld in the semifinals of Fort Atkinson tournament.


Fort Atkinson (4-4) plays Sussex Hamilton in tonight’s championship game.


Hannah Bare led the Blackhawks with 15 points, and Wendlandt added 13.


Barneveld (7-2) faces Lakeside Lutheran in today’s consolation game.


FORT ATKINSON 45, BARNEVELD 38


Barneveld (38)—Sullivan, 2-0-6; Mullar, 2-0-5; Bowe, 4-0-8; Allen, 4-0-8; Miller, 0-1-1; Arneson, 1-0-2; Carmody, 2-2-6; Jordee, 1-0-2. Totals: 16-3-38.


Fort Atkinson (45)—Kelleher, 1-0-2; Wendlandt, 3-6-13; Bare, 6-0-15; A. Boos, 2-0-4; N. Boos, 2-0-4; Nelson, 2-2-7. Totals: 15-8-45.


Barneveld 7 9 16 6—38


Fort Atkinson 13 9 11 12—45


Three-point goals—Barneveld 3 (Sullivan 2, Mullar), Fort Atkinson 5 (Bare 3, Nelson, Wendlandt). Free throws msised—Barneveld 8, Fort Atkinson 9. Total fouls—Barneveld 18, Fort Atkinson 14.


? Hamilton 55, Lakeside 41—A 20-7 advantage in the second quarter helped Sussex Hamilton pull away from Lakeside Lutheran in the first game of the Fort Atkinson tournament.


Kerry Sullivan scored 12 points and Sarah Krohn added 10 to lead Hamilton. Alyssa Allister paced the Warriors with 10.


HAMILTON 55, LAKESIDE 41


Lakeside (41)—Allister, 3-1-10; Draeger, 0-5-5; Gronholz, 2-0-5; Luisier, 1-2-5; Bartsch, 1-1-3; Lorenz, 1-0-3; Shiels, 0-3-3; Anthon, 1-0-2; Finger, 1-0-2; Ridgeman, 0-2-2; Reiff, 0-1-1. Totals: 11-14-41.


Hamilton (55)—Sullivan, 4-3-12; Krohn, 4-2-10; Truppe, 3-1-9; Emberts, 2-3-7; Rajchel, 3-0-6; Rossmam, 2-1-5; Kirchner, 1-1-3; Schiedemeyer, 1-0-2; Olson, 0-1-1. Totals: 20-12-55.


Lakeside Lutheran 4 7 9 21—41


Sussex Hamilton 6 20 6 23—55


Three-point goals—Lakeside 5 (Allister 3, Gronholz, Lorenz), Hamilton 3 (Truppe 2, Sullivan). Free throws missed—Lakeside 7, Hamilton 9. Total fouls—Lakeside 20, Hamilton 20.



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